Well I’m on vacation, but when has that ever stopped me from giving you the best TCPA-related content? Squire Patton Bogg’s 2019 Mid-Year TCPA Review is here!!!!
As has been my tradition, I pause in the middle of each year to take stock of all the TCPA developments in the first half of the year. This year I have reviewed hundreds of cases to find the most important trends and decisions of the year, which I have categorized and broken down for your ease of consumption in my handy-dandy Mid-Year Review. And, as always, the Review is COMPLETELY FREE. (Who does that?) You just have to ask me for it–no consumer lawyers allowed.
2019 has been an absolute barnburner for TCPA developments, with many of the biggest developments happening in the halls of Congress rather than in the courtroom. And while most assumed that the FCC would have taken decisive action on the TCPA in the 16 months since ACA Int’l was handed down, the first half of 2019 has seen no word from the Commission on the Public Notice proceeding– although the FCC did introduce default call blocking, which should have a huge impact on the number of robocalls received by the average American (even if the rule may result in a large number of legitimate calls being blocked in the process).
The biggest TCPA-related news of the year, of course, you already know about– the launch of TCPAWorld.com! What a tremendous success. The site already has more followers than my former site – I can’t even remember the name of it anymore – and the “Unprecedented” podcast and its trimulcast format has already developed a huge following. I am proud that Squire Patton Boggs has invested the resources to create the internet’s premier source for TCPA-related news and views. And oh so much content!
While we always stock TCPAworld.com with the biggest news, many cases do not merit full blog treatment, but still receive analysis in the mid-Year Review. Plus I break everything down so you know which developments matter most. This is an extremely valuable resource that no TCPA defense practitioner should be without.
Here’s a sample of last year’s year-end review to whet your appetites:
And for those of you attending DNC.com’s HUGE TCPA summit in Huntington Beach on July 23, 2019– I’ll be there speaking and handing out print copies of the mid-year review (along with some other swag, of course.) The DNC.com summit is my favorite event of the year because it is a FULL day of TCPA-related discussion that simply cannot be beat. Hope to see you there.